Announcing… The Best of 2019

Happy New Year. Welcome to 2020 which will undoubtedly be the year of CLARITY for all of us. Yet again, RetinaLink’s metrics hit a new all-time high as RetinaLink celebrated its fifth birthday in September ~ each year the video and post views increase. Thank you for your continued support and following RetinaLink on FaceBook,…

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The 2019 Alcon Retina Fellows Institute ~ Providing a New Perspective in Education

Perfection, is a powerful word whether written or spoken. It effectively describes the Alcon Retina Fellows Institute held on Saturday, November 23 in Fort Worth, Texas. This was Alcon’s second Retina Fellows Institute. The prior year’s was so successful that it was hard to imagine catching lightening in a jar again. It happened! The education…

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RetinaLink Profile: Dr. Neepa Shah Discusses the Challenges of Attending Life & Presents a Complicated IOL Case

RetinaLink is honored to feature Dr. Neepa Shah who grew up in Toronto, Canada and came to the US when she was 17-years-old to pursue her education. Dr. Shah completed college and medical school at Boston University as part of a combined liberal arts-medical education program in seven years. She did her internship training at Pennsylvania…

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Announcing… The 2019 Ronald G. Michels Fellowship Foundation Award Recipients

We gather each year on Friday evening at the annual American Academy of Ophthalmology meeting to honor and recognize the incoming Ronald G. Michels Fellowship Foundation Award recipients and perpetuate Dr. Ronald G. Michels’ legacy. The Ronald G. Michels Fellowship Foundation was established in 1991 as a non-profit organization whose mission is to support second-year…

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RetinaLink Profile: Dr. Talia R. Kaden Shares her Impressions on Transitioning from Fellowship to Practice

RetinaLink had the distinct pleasure to meet Dr. Talia R. Kaden at the annual Vit-Buckle Society meeting in Las Vegas earlier this year. Dr. Kaden shares her impressions in transitioning from her retina fellowship to practice, who her mentor is, advice for first year fellows, evaluating technology in the operating room and other sage wisdom…

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ALCON RETINA FILM FESTIVAL ~ OH… WHAT A REMARKABLE & STAR STUDDED EVENT

Alcon Retina set a new precedent on Saturday, October 12th in San Francisco as the retina world gathered for the annual American Academy of Ophthalmology meeting in San Francisco, CA. Alcon’s fifth Film Festival was a “red carpet star studded event” held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts which is a truly an iconic venue in San Francisco…

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EURETINA 2019 Course: Saturday, 7 September – Global Experts Feature Surgical Videos in 3D, Latest Indications & Evolution on Digital Viewing Eye Surgery

EURETINA’s 19th annual meeting commenced on Thursday, 5 September in Paris, France at Les Palais des Congres. Each year EURETINA’s congress has a myriad of scientific sessions and courses throughout their four day meeting. One notable course which is scheduled for tomorrow, Saturday, 7 September from 16.30 to 18.00, will be led by Course Organizer, Dr….

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RetinaLink Feature: #ilooklikearetinasurgeon with Caroline R. Baumal, MD

RetinaLink is honored to feature Dr. Caroline R. Baumal in #ilooklikearetinasurgeon. Dr. Baumal is an Associate Professor at Tufts Medical Center in Boston, MA. Dr. Baumal trained at the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine, New England Eye Center and Wills Eye Hospital. Dr. Caroline R. Baumal RetinaLink asked Dr. Baumal why she chose retina,…

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RetinaLink Profile: Dr. Michael N. Cohen ~ Transitioning from Fellowship to Private Practice

Transitioning from a retina fellowship to your first job, whether academic or private practice, has a learning curve. Each day is a new day. RetinaLink met Dr. Michael N. Cohen when he was a second-year fellow at Tufts and Ophthalmic Consultants of Boston (OCB) in Boston, MA. Dr. Cohen attended Cornell University (Ithaca, NY) for…

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Ask not what you can do for 3D surgery, but what 3D surgery can do for you at ASRS… Course Instructors Drs. Alan Franklin, Mina Chung, Steve Houston, John Kitchens & Chris Riemann

Digitally Assisted Vitrectomy Surgery (DAVS) will be highlighted at this year’s ASRS, American Society of Retina Specialists, in Chicago. Plan to attend the DAVS course to see what 3D surgery can do for you on Sunday, July 28 at 4:30 pm and how to integrate DAVS into your ASC or hospital. This course focuses on how to…

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